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Mr Prime Minister

The people of India have spoken strongly. They wanted change. They have got the change they wished to see in India

By Sayantan Chakravarty


1984, and now 2014

Back in 1984 it needed the assassination of his mother for Rajiv Gandhi of the Congress Party to completely sweep the general elections in India that immediately followed. Thirty years down the line, it needed another assassination—that of the rule of law under the regime of the Congress-led UPA coalition—for Narendra Modi to make the 2014 Indian general elections his own. In an India that had become somewhat too accustomed to the perils and shenanigans of decades of coalition politics, the results of May 16 was quite clear—absolute majority to the BJP, and to the National Democratic Alliance. People voted for change. They wanted stability for five years. They received it.

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